General Electric Refrigerator Seals and Gaskets

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Popular General Electric Refrigerator Seals and Gaskets

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General Electric Refrigerator Fresh Food Door Gasket - White
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2 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2359946
Manufacturer Part Number WR24X10231
This fresh food door gasket is used to seal the refrigerator door when closed to keep the cool air inside and the room air out.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door Sweating
  • Door won’t open or close
  • Fridge too warm
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Installation Instructions
Jerry from Whitewright, TX
Door gasket was torn at bottom from food residue
When I did the repair,fortunate for me, a nice repairman was fixing my dishwasher. He said to put the new gasket in the dryer, while I removed the old one, to make it pliable and aid in sealing. I pulled the old gasket out of the retainer clip, cleaned around the area and snapped the new gasket into place(push the raised part into the groove). The repairman said that food residue, especially at the bottom, caused a sticky glue-like film to form. He also advised to put smear vaseline on the new gasket and wipe it off to leave a film. This would aid in sealing and keeping new the gasket from sticking. Read more...
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$149.12
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General Electric Refrigerator French Door Gasket - Gray
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26 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2371034
Manufacturer Part Number WR14X10305
This door gasket is used to make an air-tight seal for the cabinet when the door is closed.
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Donna from ORLAND PARK, IL
Gasket ripped.Needed to replace
Took the old one off by pulling and pushed on new one.Easiest replacement ever Read more...
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$61.55
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General Electric Refrigerator Freezer Door Gasket
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9 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS12069093
Manufacturer Part Number WR14X27230
The freezer door gasket creates a seal around the door to prevent warm air from entering the freezer compartment.
Installation Instructions
GLENN from PENSACOLA, FL
Condensation freezing on the ceiling of the freezer, indicating the gasket allowing warm air into the freezer.
Do not uninstall the old gasket until you have read all of these instructions. Upon receipt of the new gasket, compare the model number of the GE refrigerator to the paperwork included. Unpack the gasket by hand to ensure not to damage the new gasket. There is no specified top or bottom, left or right to the gasket but there is a front side (to the freezer face) and a back side (attaches to freezer door). Hold the new gasket up to the installed old gasket to ensure the size is identical (close in size WILL NOT work). Once the size is verified, pull the old gasket from the door, starting at any corner. The front side of the gasket is broader than the back side which presses into the door slot. Make sure that the door slot is clean to ensure a perfect fit. Recommend the new install begin at a top corner. Gently press the new gasket into the slot along the top. Do a side next, working the gasket in along the bottom to the last corner. Ensure the freezer face is clean for the best seal. Make sure the new gasket is dry, a wet gasket may freeze and pull the new gasket out! A good seal is verified by the "suction" when trying to open the door. A good seal is also indicated by no moisture/condensation the following day. Read more...
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General Electric Refrigerator Freezer Door Gasket
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10 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2364915
Manufacturer Part Number WR24X10228
This white door gasket is used to seal the freezer door when closed.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door Sweating
  • Door won’t open or close
  • Freezer section too warm
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Installation Instructions
Thomas from key west, FL
Freezer door gasket was torn and loose.
Unplugged refrigerator.Checked that new gasket was the right size for freezer.Opened freezer door and lifted inside edge to access screw's. Loosened top screw's and screw's half way down each side and pulled gasket out. Installed new gasket into slot where old gasket was and tightened screw's across top and the first couple down side's.Lifted edge of old gasket and loosened screw's holding remainder of old gasket in place and finished removing old gasket.Finished putting new gasket in slot and tightened remaining screw's. The reason for only doing gasket half at a time is to keep the door square and not getting out of shape. If new gasket is warped when removed from shiping box run under hot water or soak in hot water until more flexible. Read more...
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$76.53
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General Electric Refrigerator GASKET DOOR FF WW
PartSelect Number PS11772253
Manufacturer Part Number WR14X27232
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lucille from NEW YORK, NY
Gasket cracked, leaking cold air
Watched instructions on YouTube. The parts arrived looking a bit crumpled. Used a hair dryer to get wrinkles out and hung pieces up to straighten out using gravity for 2 days. Installation was so easy. Less than 15 min and so far great results. Read more...
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$195.24
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General Electric Refrigerator Fresh Food Door Gasket
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2 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2371087
Manufacturer Part Number WR24X10236
This white fresh food door gasket is used to seal the refrigerator door when closed to keep the cool air inside and the room air out.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door Sweating
  • Fridge runs too long
  • Fridge too warm
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Installation Instructions
Joe from BROOKLINE, MA
Old door gasket torn/problematic; moisture in fridge
Referenced a couple of videos first, held up the new gasket to ensure fit, then carefully pulled the old gasket off by hand. Wiped down the ridges/edges of the door, then installed new gasket first on opposite corners then along all sides. Simply pressed in to the door ridges/bracket. Used a putty knife to ensure the edge of gasket was not folded under itself, and the blunt edge of the handle to ensure it was snugly installed all the way around. Didn’t have to remove the door as I had expected to. Very easy and took maybe 30 mins. Read more...
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$74.65
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General Electric Refrigerator Freezer Door Gasket - Black
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15 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS8758486
Manufacturer Part Number WR24X20455
This door gasket is used to seal the freezer door when closed.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door Sweating
  • Door won’t open or close
  • Freezer section too warm
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Installation Instructions
Sherrie from COTTLEVILLE, MO
Worn out gasket on freezer
I received part. I then used a hair dryer to smooth out kinks. Took about 15 minutes. Pulled off old gasket and replaced with new one. Used hands only. Read more...
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General Electric Refrigerator Door Gasket
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2 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS12069095
Manufacturer Part Number WR14X27233
The door gasket is on the inner door panel and creates a seal around the door to prevent warm air from entering the refrigerator.
Installation Instructions
Alan from LEICESTER, NC
Refrigerator door gasket ripped
gasket is pressed fit into a groove on the refrigerator door replacement only takes 5-10 minutes. Read more...
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$99.99
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General Electric Refrigerator Fresh Food Door Gasket
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4 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2364916
Manufacturer Part Number WR24X10229
This white fresh food door gasket is used to seal the refrigerator door when closed to keep the cool air inside and the room air out.
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
Charles from Baltimore, MD
refrigerator
first i removed old gasket then pressed in new one very easy repair Read more...
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General Electric Refrigerator Door Gasket
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3 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2374709
Manufacturer Part Number WR14X10316
This door gasket is for refrigerators. Door gasket is on the inner door panel and creates a seal around the door to prevent warm air from entering the refrigerator. Safely store any food that could deteriorate while the door is open for this repair
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